General InformationPublications

  • Darryl Farber, Martin T Pietru andha, , 2015, "A Socio-technical Analysis of Interdependent Infrastructures among the Built Environment, Energy, and Transportation Systems at the Navy Yard and the Philadelphia Metropolitan Region, USA"
  • Darryl Farber, 2015, "Forum: Grand challenge for engineers", Issues in Science and Technology, Volume XXXI, (Issue 2,), pp. 1
  • Darryl Farber, 2010, "The Design of Evolving Engineering Systems", Proceedings of the Forum on Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology
  • Darryl Farber and Martin T. Pietrucha, 2009, "Using Scenario Planning to Develop "Judgment" for Dealing with Engineering Systems", pp. 222-223
  • Darryl Farber and Akhlesh Lakhtakia, 2009, "Scenario planning and nanotechnological futures", European Journal of Physics, 30, pp. S3-S15
  • Julie Thompson Klein, Ray Miller, Stan Bailis, Carl Mitcham, Robert Frodeman, Darryl Farber and Beth Casey, 2008, "Remembering Joseph Kockelmans", 30, (4), pp. pg. 8
  • Darryl Farber, 2008, "Scenario Analysis and the Development of an International System to Manage Nuclear Fuel Cycle Risks"
  • Darryl Farber, 2008, "Philosophies of Sustainability and Engineering the Nuclear Fuel Cycle - Scenarios for the Future of Nuclear Power"
  • Darryl Farber, Martin Pietrucha and Akhlesh Lakhtakia, 2008, "Systems and Scenarios for a Philosophy of Engineering", Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 33, (3), pp. 214-225
  • Darryl Farber, Martin T. Pietrucha and A. Lakhtakia, 2007, "Systems and Scenarios for a Philosophy of Engineering"
  • Darryl Farber, 2006, "Climate: What We Know and Don't Know", Wall Street Journal, pp. A13
  • Darryl Farber, 2005, The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, McGraw-Hill
  • Edward Klevans and Darryl Farber, 2005, Nuclear Waste, McGraw-Hill, pp. 1345-1349
  • Edward Klevans and Darryl Farber, 2005, Three Mile Island, McGraw-Hill, pp. 1952-1957
  • Edward Klevans and Darryl Farber, 2005, Chernobyl, McGraw-Hill, pp. 312-317


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